| ||March 31, 2000|
This game is attractive, but follows Disney Interactive's textbook formula for all of its platform games. Collect all the letters and you get a prize! In the PlayStation version of the game you got FMV clips from the movie. That wasn't very exciting. Now for the N64 version of the game, all you get is a stinkin' piece of sketch art and a couple sentences of text that explains what's happening in the picture. The platforming itself is okay, but nothing special. You can unlock bonus levels to get more coins in order to get more lives so you can make it through more levels and continue the cycle of mediocre platforming. Most of the bonus levels consist of floating down a river or riding an animal a la Crash Bandicoot. Of the standard levels, most offer a fairly dull platforming experience with the occasional Crash Bandicoot run-from-boulder rip-off, only with elephants or baboons instead of a large rock. Tarzan is a pretty game and offers a fair amount of challenge, but the platforming is pretty ho-hum. There are plenty of better games out there. - Erik, The PC Jedi
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